Shabbat Services


"One of the most amazing Shabbat experiences I've ever had.." 

- Cantor Ken Richmond (Temple Israel, Natick, Mass.)

A musical and interactive Shabbat Service with Doni and Eric will bring joy into your congregation with a soulful and energetic Shabbat experience. They will collaborate with your Rabbis and Cantors to develop a special service that fits your congregation, and will join together with your clergy.  They will include your melodies and work with you in every way. This new service will touch the hearts of all ages, young and old.



Friday Evening Congregational Kabbalat Shabbat Service

Friday Evening Family Shabbat Service

Saturday Morning Congregational Shabbat Service

Saturday Morning Tot Shabbat Service

Congregational Havdalah Service and Concert

Havda-la-la Concert

Kids Havdalah Service and Concert

Other Holiday Family Services include:
Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippor, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Chanukah,                                        Tu B'shvat, Purim, Passover, Yom Ha'atzmaut

Contact Doni directly to discuss your service: Doni@mamadoni.com


Listen To Prayers:


The Shabbat Blessings

Foster City, CA at Peninsula Sinai Congregation with Cantor Doron Shapira and Rabbi Corey Helfand

Foster City, CA at Peninsula Sinai Congregation with Cantor Doron Shapira and Rabbi Corey Helfand

As performed in:

Austin

San Diego

Boston

Houston

Greenwich

Westchester

Detroit 

Charlotte

New Orleans

Asheville

Albuquerque

San Francisco

Grennwich, CT at Shabbat Shirah with Rabbi Deborah Salomon, Elizabeth Swan. and Jon Cobert 

Grennwich, CT at Shabbat Shirah with Rabbi Deborah Salomon, Elizabeth Swan. and Jon Cobert 

I can honestly say that I have never, in my years in the rabbinate, seen anyone get a congregation up, dancing and singing the way Doni did. Without exaggeration, people of all ages were up and moving and participating. The ruach was amazing and my congregation loved it! And Doni works very well with clergy, insisting on leading the service with the Cantor and me, just another way she makes the service truly inclusive.
— Rabbi Laurence W. Groffman, Temple Sholom of West Essex, Cedar Grove, NJ